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Review: Trader Joe's Candy Cane Joe-Joe's 

I have never eaten a whole package of anything in one sitting - in my life.
Not ice cream.
Not cookies.
Not bon bons to play up the old clichÈ.

Until I discovered these...



If you haven't had them, Candy Cane Joe-Joe's from Trader Joes are like

Well I decided to ask my friends how they describe them to someone who has never had them.

Here's how they described Trade Joe's Candycane Joe-Joe's

"Yummy chocolate sandwich cookie with peppermint filling that has a yummy peppermint crunch"

"Thin mints on crack"


And my all-time fave, "The love child of an oreo and a candy cane."

Want to know more about Trader Joe's Candy Cane Joe-Joe's?

Visit Trader Joes online and see if there's a store near you.
Become a fan of Candy Cande Joe-Joe's (of course it has it's own fan page) on Facebook

But I hear they are seasonal and only available during the holidays.  You may want to stock up.

And now you know what to get me for Christmas.


Disclosure: I bought 2 boxes of Trader Joe's Candy Cane Joe-Joe's with my own money and ate one entire box myself. Well, maybe not the entire thing but pretty darn close. All opinions are my own and I have no connection to Trader Joe's other than another trip planned this week to stock up on whatever is left in the Joe-Joe's isle!


If I could participate in a cookie exchange, I'd use Betty Crocker and Gladware

I'm not one for a cookie exchange.

It's not really my choice. I'd love to participate in one if I could.

But I can't.

Because I eat all the cookies before there is time to share!

Safeway and Gladware pack a mean cookie

If I DID have any cookies make it past the cooling rack I would definitely pack them in Gladware. We use Gladware for everything from school lunches to Thanksgiving leftovers. It seals food nicely and the containers stack beautifully for easy storage in my cabinet drawer.

My local Safeway has a huge selection of Gladware and, lucky me, Betty Crocker cookie kits! These cookie pouches are the easiest way to re-make cookies, when you've eaten all the ones you had set aside for the exchange. Just add egg and maybe some flour, mix it up and you're done!

Buy Gladware at Safeway and Get Free Cookies

Now for a limited time (hurry because I think limited means 12/14/10!) if you buy two participating Gladware products at Safeway ( or Dominick´s, Tom Thumb, Randalls, Vons, and Genuardi´s) you'll get a FREE Betty Crocker Cookie Pouch!

You can read more about this offer and find delicious recpies and more at

Happy baking! Be sure to save some for me!


Disclosure: I received a set of Gladware (which I use), a Betty Crocker cookie pouch (seriously the easiest way to make cookies) and a Safeway gift card as a member of My Blog Spark for the purposes of this review. All opinions are my own and this post was neither reviewed nor approved prior to being published.